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Yummy Syrups for Coffee, Pancakes, Ice Cream and Lots More
Of course, everyone remembers that delicious taste of real maple syrup poured on fresh hot pancakes and waffles. But did you know that you can make your own great flavored coffee drinks with the same sorts of syrups that the baristas use? What about trying gourmet chocolate syrups to flavor milk or desserts? Or, why not use exotic fruit syrups on ice cream or to create delicious island drinks?
We have many of these same syrups at home (you can see some in the photo that I took). And during my research I've even found more types of syrup that I didn't know about. So, I wanted to bring the world of syrups to you! Below, I have a great selection of all the flavoring syrups you can imagine!
What is Syrup?
syrup - noun - "any of various thick, sweet liquids prepared for table use from molasses, glucose, etc., water, and often a flavoring agent." according to Dictionary.com
Yummy Syrups Table of Contents
- Gourmet Coffee Syrups
- Great Maple Syrup
- Yummy Chocolate Syrup
- Fruit Flavored Syrups
- Other Flavored Syrups
- Sugar-free Flavored Syrups
- Pouring Your Syrup
Gourmet Coffee Syrups
Below are a good selection of syrups to flavor your coffee and coffee drinks. If you are looking for fruit flavor syrup, check further down as fruit flavored syrups have their own section.
Vanilla syrup is shown, but other flavors are available such as hazelnut, raspberry, peppermint and sugar-free flavors
Coffee Flavored Syrups
These syrups actually have a Coffee flavor. So they are better used to flavor something other than coffee. Ha!
Do You Like Adding Syrups to Flavor Your Coffee ?
Great Maple Syrup
The sugar maple, red maple, and black maple trees, that grow in colder climates, are the prominent maple species that produce a sap made into maple syrup. Starch stored in the trunks and roots of these trees is naturally converted to sugar that rises in the sap. Holes bored in the tree trunks allow the collection of the sap, which is heated to evaporate much of the water, leaving the concentrated maple syrup.
Maple Syrup - Thease are all PURE MAPLE SYRUP
Personalized Maple Syrup Wedding Favors
What a great idea for a wedding favor. And you don't even need to be getting married in Vermont!
Maple Syrup in Maple Leaf Bottle Favors
Your wedding guests will enjoy their long-lasting gift of a maple leaf-shaped bottle filled with delicious sweet maple syrup.
* Perfect for autumn -themed weddings
* Ideal for any occasion where you want your guests to feel a bit sweeter and think of you.
Maple Leaf Bottle Maple Syrup Favors
Set of Twelve 50ml bottles of delicious maple syrup
* Pure Vermont Maple Syrup Favors (50ml Maple Leaf Glass)
* 100% natural with nothing added.
* Free Personalized Bottle Tag
* Made in Vermont.
* Each bottle measures 3 1/4"W x 4 1/2"H x 1"D
Do You Like Maple Syrup ?
Yummy Chocolate Syrup
You know, there is more than one kind of chocolate syrup. And chocolate, itself, is a food made from the seed of the cacao tree
Do You Like Chocolate Syrup?
Fruit Flavored Syrups
I've selected a variety of fruit syrups. Here are some of the more common flavors that are useful in food and drink recipes. peach, cherry and blueberry. But you can always try something different!
Fruit Flavored Syrups
Do You Like Fruit Syrups?
Other Flavored Syrups
Here are a few flavoring syrups that I've found that are uncommon and exotic!
Floral Flavored Syrups
Yummy Ginger Syrup
When you're craving something different, this ginger syrup, a zingy blend of freshly juiced gingerroot and sugar is excellent for both cocktails and cuisine. Try it mixed with vodka, lemon and seltzer or add it to iced tea.
Blend it with olive oil, lemon, honey and rosemary to make a chicken marinade or mash it into roasted butternut squash or mashed potatoes. Uses are limitless, so be creative.
Ginger People Organic Ginger Syrup -- 8 fl oz
Chai Syrups for Your Tea
Pine Cone Bud Syrup
This unique and delicate Mugolio, pine cone bud syrup, comes from Italy's Dolomite Mountain region.
The buds of Mugo Pines are harvested in May and put into glass pots where the Italian sunshine "ripens" them until late autumn. The liquid is then filtered, sugar is added, and all is cooked over a slow fire until golden in color and absolutely delicious.
Try it with sauteed apples and mascarpone or drizzled over ricotta, yogurt, gelato or panna cotta.
* Imported from Italy
Pouring Your Syrup
If you don't want to pour your syrup right from the bottle or jug, here are some decorative dispensers and pumps
Red Ceramic Syrup Pitcher
This 6-Ounce maple-syrup jar is made of high-fired stoneware
* has a non-porous enamel finish; resists odors, staining, chipping, and cracking
* gently curved side handle and a smooth-flowing spout for pouring
* Dishwasher-safe; microwave-safe; oven-safe up to 500 degrees F
* Measures approximately 2-2/3 by 3 by 3-8/9 inches